Monday Means Community is a collaborative event series that promotes discussion and access to information on civic and cultural life. The series highlights both local and non-local figures, current events and ultimately aims to give people the means to take action and become more connected to those working on any given cause.
Who We've Worked With
Monday Means Community has featured Savannhians and non-Savannhians from all walks of life. Our 2015 line-up included City Attorney Brooks Stillwell, S.U.Y.A (Savannah Undocumented Youth Alliance), SeeSAW (See Savannah Art Walls), ARC, Director of The Department of Cultural Affairs Eileen Baker, Sulfur Studios, Molly Lieberman, Labeeb Abdullah, James Kimble, Director of Art Rise and owner of Starlandia Clinton Edminster, Kris Monroe, Panhandle Slim, Editor-in-Chief of Connect Magazine Jim Morekis, President of Visit Savannah Joe Marinelli, President of the Historic Savannah Foundation Daniel Carey, Chris Miller, Lady Mahogany, Ike Carter, Vicki Weeks, Ryan Koch, Anna Chandler, Jim Reed, Kevin Rose, Director of Public Information Bret Bell, Solidarity in Savannah, Ruel Joyner, David Gay of the Savannah-Chatham Police Department, Founder of Savannah Youth City Beverlee Trotter, owner of the Sentient Bean Kristin Russell, Monifa Johnson, Dave Simons, John McMasters , George Seaborough, Editor in Chief of the Savannah Morning News Tom Barton, Editor in Chief of the Savannah Tribune Tanya Milton, GPB Managing Director Cindy Hill, Step Up Savannah, the City of Savannah’s Healthy Kids and Families Campaign, Executive Director of the Deep Center Dare Dukes, David Pitonyak, Former Mayor of Savannah Dr. Otis Johnson, Shawn Kachmar, Zach Powers, Elizabeth Rhaney, Chad Faries, Karen Wortham, Jessica Leigh Lebos, Regina Thomas, Wade Herring, JessicaMarie Mathis, Andre Massey and more